Bake an apple with or without splenda (brown sugar type) and add just a few sliced almonds, dried fruit or other nuts to the core hole in the middle
sugar free puddings are good!
I also like fruit with either greek yogurt or cottage cheese. I add stevia and cinnamon.
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11/21/12 6:22 A
@Cortney, I really like the crustless pumpkin pie idea. How's the consistency of it after baking?
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26,979 11/21/12 1:43 A
I love a mix of diced peaches, frozen blueberries and frozen strawberries (chopped a bit smaller) let them marinate together, then simply use a reduced fat yoghurt - I like the peach and mango mix or strawberry - either goes well. Cheap, VERY healthy and VERY quick, the colours look amazing together, AND just as important - IT'S YUMMY :-)
Edited by: SLIMMERKIWI at: 11/21/2012 (01:43)
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11/21/12 1:07 A
2 apples, peeled, cored, any type 2 oranges, skin off, segmented 2 cups orange juice 1/4 cup diced dried fruit (cranberries or blueberries or apricots or all of them) 1/4 cup diced dates
Put above in a bowl + refrigerate for 3 to 4 hours before eating. Eat alone or over yogurt or cottage cheese.
Edited by: LIFTWTLOSEWT at: 11/21/2012 (01:09)
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3,526 11/20/12 9:02 P
Pumpkin Pie without the Pie
1 15 oz can of pumpkin 1/2 cup of splenda 1 1/2 cups of skim milk 2 eggs
Mix the milk with the pudding. Fold in about half the whipped topping till a wonderful chocolately mouse forms. In the pan you plan to bring, put in a layer of the mouse top with cherry pie filling, then more mouse, filling till you run out. Top the last layer with the remainder of the whipped topping. Crush most of the cookies. Reserve in a plastic bag. Top the dessert with cookie crumbs only JUST BEFORE SERVING (if the cookies sit on the dessert too long, they will get soggy). If desired top each one with a single Oreo cookie.
Note: This consent would also work using sugar free butterscotch pudding instead of chocolate with sugar free apple pie filling instead of cherry and reduced fat cinnamon gram crackers instead of Oreo.
Edited by: AURORA629 at: 11/20/2012 (20:48)
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11/19/12 11:11 A
The little cups are cute, or you could even make as one big cake and share it. It does not taste like a "light" dessert, it's very good. My boyfriend, who doesn't even usually like a lot of sweets, liked them. I topped mine w/ a tsp of raspberry jam, and I used a graham cracker crust I found on the Weight Watchers site (just google it) instead of the cookies since I forgot to buy them.
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2,155 11/19/12 9:13 A
yogurt with fresh berries, or chocolate pudding made with skim milk!
Sometimes if I'm craving a little something sweet but don't have much around I'll toast a piece of wheat bread and spread with a low sugar preserve. Sweet but still healthy! :)
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11/19/12 8:56 A
fruit salad - just as many different kinds of fruit as you can possibly come up with, cut up, nothing added. I am always so grateful when I see fruit salad at parties!
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11/19/12 5:09 A
Does any one have a really good lite dessert that I can take with me to the holiday meal ? I have tried a few over time but none that I wish to take along because of taste . If you have a favorite please help me out ...
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